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The dynamic accuracy, named the consolidated error, is defined as the synthetic error of dynamic preCision and homogeneity of measuring materials and is related to the quality of products against the production volume. In the practical applications shown in the next section, various error factors and their numerical values will be presented. 24 II. ON-LINE X-RAY ANALYSIS x - roy rat io method Ratio = Zn - Koe Fe - Koe Wall Primary X-roy's Zn-Koe Primary X-rays Detector Detector Fe-K"" Intensity decrease ltion of pass line variation (4) Elimination of Pass Line Variation It is necessary to provide a mechanism which eliminates the variation of X-ray intensity generated from a running sample.
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Advances in X-Ray Analysis: Volume 32 by John V. Gilfrich (auth.), Charles S. Barrett, John V. Gilfrich, Ron Jenkins, Ting C. Huang, Paul K. Predecki (eds.)